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Kabuki Casino is yet to launch officially even though there is a website. From what we have seen this is a casino with potential that does not seem to be aware of it, and that can be its downfall. Read the review to find out what we mean.
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For starters, there were no real bonuses to talk about. The site had none, whihc can only mean one of two things. Either the bonuses are being prepped up for the official launch, or the casino is having some internal option. We could talk about a third option where the casino has no bonuses but that would be a suicide run for Kabuki Casino. So, we expect at least a couple of bonuses from the casino in the future. Bonuses such as
- Welcome Deposit Bonus: This is for first time depositors, meant to push the user into experience what the casino has on offer.
- Reload Bonus: If you like what you see this bonus type usually grants the user additional bonuses throughout the week that can be activated multiple times.
- Weekend Bonus: It's clear o the title; this bonus encourages weekend play.
- Cashback Bonus: Get a cashback on the net losses you have experienced during a specific promotional period, usually within a calendar week.
- Crypto Bonus: Not a common bonus, attached to cryptocurrency transaction. Mostly used by crypto casinos.
- Tournaments: This is where users compare high scores in a number of events and those with the best numbers get to walk away with a prize.
- Loyalty Program: This is the last common of all bonus schemes, and it quite popular. Basically the more you play the more special points you get that can either be exchanged for rewards and other bonuses, or can be accumulated to reach new VIP tiers to get passive and active bonuses and benefits.
We don't know what Kabuki Casino has in store for us, but we hope that at least a third of the aforementioned bonuses are included here. Bonuses are a major part of any casino throguh whihc entire audiences are gathered, and a percenatge of these becomes new and returning players. So, Kabuki Casino better keep this in mind.
Kabuki Casino is said to be operated as well as owned by Geeker Technology N.V., which is allegedly licensed under the Gaming Service Provider N.V. We have a skeptical tone because at this moment the seal on the footer is not active; there is a seal that has no link to it so there is no way to check the validity of Kabuki Casino regulatory claim. Only time will tell; we won't rush into brazen conclusion about Kabuki Casino not being regulated.
The Curacao license is a guarantee of safety, security, and fairness of and randomness of gameplay. It never compromises on these by exposing the player to other dangers. In fact Curacao license have become ultra popular, and most casinos nowadays want one. And there' a reason for it; they adhere to the strictest safety standards,, but also allow casinos to be much more liberal with their offers than mainland regulated casinos (we're looking at you UK Gambling Commission).
However, from what we have seen Kabuki Casino has no real intention if taking advantage of the liberal approach granted to it, expressed usually in huge gaming collection and, at times, hundreds of game suppliers, as well as dozens of bonuses. Kabuki Casino seems more subtle. In other wrds it palns to offers not as much as it could, thus not really tapping into its potential.
One thing that we really hope gets amended soon is the availability of the legal documents. At the time of writing this there are no legal documents, which has impeded us more than ones during the reviewing process. These are crucial for establishing the ground rules as well as the restrictions on both the players and the casino itself.
DEPOSIT AND WITHDRAWAL
Currencies: Euro (EUR), US Dollar (USD)
There is yet to be aby payment information, and currently we have nothing to work with here. Of course, we can rely on our wits and make predications, but that is about as much as we can tell. Even the legal documents are still in development, so there's nothing we can take from there either.
Actually, just above the footer we can clearly see some e-wallets – Interac, Facilero, inpay, Pay Retailers, and more – suggesting a strong alternative payments choice for clients. But there is no way to be sure before the casino officially comes into being.
Usually, most casinos out there have credit cards, debit cards, bank transfers, and e-wallets as the main payment methods. The minimum deposit ranges between $10 to $20, and its basically the same value for the minimum withdrawal amount.
As we have seen many times before, most casinos do not have fees for payments, but the payment systems do. Each individual payment provider will very probably want a percentage of each transaction, a small one, but a percent nonetheless. These commissions depend on three main things: the users jurisdiction, the payment method type, and the amount of the transaction.
Then there are also currency conversion fees, which basically apply to all currencies not supported by the casino. Say you invest in Japanese Yen, but the casino supports only US Dollars and Euro. Well then you will have to cover the cost of transacting that currency into the other.
With Kabuki Casino, we only ask for a well detailed and informative payment page, that is a godsent each time we see one. Aside form making our jobs easier, it's the clients that benefit the most form a well written payments page where all the crucial payment methods are revealed. We are talking the minimum and maximum deposit and withdrawal amounts, the payment methods available, and fees, and additional terms and conditions. That's what matters, and having that displayed can make a whole world of a difference.
But as with most elements in Kabuki Casino, we will see what it will bring about. It's ultimately up to the casino to decide, but still we have our preferences that echo the desires of many a user.
GAMES AND GAME SUPPLIERS
From the website's home page we see that there are tons of available slots, such as Wolf Moon, Kingdom of the Dead, Mega Pots O' Gold, Big Buffalo Megaways, Hot Chilli, Master Joker, 1000 Pearls, and many others. But the burning question is will these be enough to retain users, and attract new ones. It's this reviewer's point of view that Kabuki Casino will need much more than some slots to be able to compete with the thousands of other casinos out there.
For example, there are no references to live games, and we don't know if there will be live games. Usually there should have been some hints at live games. So without a hint, there is nothing really to work with here, and so no live games. These types of games are incredibly popular, and thus if a casino wants to have a varied audience it needs to add variety to its gaming repertoire, i.e live games as its priority.
Other game types that should be considered by the casino are plain old table games – that is. non live casino games – as well as casual titles such as Minesweeper, Plinko, Crash games, Football Studio, and other more arcade like games. They might not add up a lot individually, but together these games push the limits of the casino and allow for tons of users to find their place within it.
And then there's the sportsbook which is the way of the future and casinos that have it are those that will survive in the coming years. Kabuki Casino does not seem to have any plans for a sports betting platform, and that is too bad for it. Let's hope that it has figured out a way to get a competitive edge, because otherwise it will drown in mediocrity. And that is no place to be for an online casino.
Nevertheless, these are part speculations part wishful thinking on our part. We cannot predict the actual position that Kabuki Casino will finds itself in, but considering what we saw there's an inclination to not hold on to our hats, for the ride will not be as exciting as we were hoping for.
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It is really too early to say anything that will stick. In all seriousness the casino seems to have taken a road to a more average experience than anything mind blowing, which to us, as reviewers, is not the best approach. From what we have seen, there is no real emphasis on delivering a deep and engaging casino experience but rather a more subtle and less complicated one. That is absolutely fine and all, but there are some things that should embrace the winds of change, and Kabuki Casino is one to do so. In such an industry as volatile as the online casino one a platform must always be on the edge of new material and features otherwise it will disappear.